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Definitely Not One Of Those
Nikhil Parekh
But I was definitely not one of those; who got swiped in entirely from the trajectory of this planRate it:

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introduction of rat to koo
Nat Z. Punx
friday night in a hot car through roland roland swiped the car burning to present the deed to koo Rate it:

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Marcus Varro
Eugene Field
Rome -- With divers portraitures inlaid Swiped from so many another tome? The worms devoured them lRate it:

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Mickey Mollynoo
Edward George Dyson
all inlaid along me lug Where Molly, P.C., swiped me in them 'appy, careless days. He's sargin'Rate it:

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Relax
Nikhil Parekh
shores; even as the truculent waves irritatingly swiped your impressions umpteenth times in a singlRate it:

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Richard Coeur de Lion
Marriott Edgar
poked his sword at the Sultan, Who, in turn, swiped his skimpter at Dick. They fought all that dRate it:

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Should I Call You?
Nikhil Parekh
a perennially unfazed spirit of adventure that swiped me like torrents of white lightening; from mRate it:

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So Sacredly immortal
Nikhil Parekh
belly was so incredulously unbelievable; that it swiped me like a magical prince from my feet; to iRate it:

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The Demon Milk
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
then I 'ad conceived A cravin' for the stuff. I swiped it from each neighbor's door, An' roamed theRate it:

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The Flame Of Truth
Nikhil Parekh
All raunchily egregious indiscrimination swiped forever and ever and ever; not even an evanescentRate it:

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The Irretrievable culprit
Nikhil Parekh
It was not inexorably patriotic war that swiped you; the battlefield of hedonistically decrepit cRate it:

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Wake Me Up Only If
Nikhil Parekh
cisterns of spell binding wind; euphorically swiped all horrifically disgruntled gloom; perpetuatedRate it:

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Without Her Hands In Mine
Nikhil Parekh
I did was to switch on the long wipers; which swiped off even the most diminutive trace of dirt; meRate it:

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